The Simmons Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 33, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 24, 1930 Page: 4 of 4
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THE SIMMONS BRAND
Examinations for the spring term
will bo scheduled exactly the Btttno as
in the winter term according to Dr.
Richardson vice-president. D o a d
week begins Friday May 23 and ex-
aminations will start Friday May 30
at 8 a. m.
Entrance examinations aro sched-
uled for Thursday and Friday June
5 and 0.
Registration for tho summer quar-
ter will take place Friday June 0
beginning at 8:00 a. m. Lectures for
tho summer quarter will begin at 7:00
a. m. Saturday Juno 7.
Spring Quarter Examinations
8:00 MWF Fri. May 30 8:00-10:00
8:00 TTS Fri. May 30 10:15-12:16
9:00 MWF Frl. May 30 2:00-4:00
0:00 TTS Sat May 31 8:00-10:00
10:30 MWF Sat. May 31 10:15-12:16
10:30 TTS Sat May 31 8:00-10:00
11:30 MWF Mon. 0-2 8:00-10:00
1130 TTS Mon. 0-2 10:15-12:15
1:30 MWF Mon. 0-2 2:00-4:00
1:30 TTS Tucs. C-3 0:00-10:00
2:30 MWF Tues. G-3 10:15-12:15
Fire Hour Courses
Fri. May 30 8:00-12:16
Fri. May 30 2:00-5:00
Sat. May 31 10:16-1:30
Mon. Juno 2 8:00-12:15
Tues. Juno 3 8:00-12:15
Committee Of Players
To dominate Officers
At a meeting of the University
Players Wednesday evening a com-
mittee was named to nominate of
ficers for next year. John Brewer
Nina Landers Hazel Herron Earl
Griffin and Dorothy Green will have
charge of tho nomination.
A short talk of appreciation to
members of tho club and especially
to tho cast of "Laff That Off" was
mado by Miss Willlo Ray McDonafd
sponsor of tho club for tho splendid
cooperation received throughout the
Two plays will be presented at the
next meeting of tho club which will
bo tho last of tho year. Visitors will
bo invited to attend.
"S" Club Will Initiate
15 In Corral Monday
Twenty-five members of the "S"
club met Tuesday evening in Dr.
Wiggins' lecturo room and decided
to hold an initiation of fifteen mem-
bers in the Cowboy Corral Monday
mornig at 10 o'clock.
A committee composed of Rufus
Hyde Bill Sudors and David Kuhn
was appointed to work out an initia-
tion program. Men that arc to bs
initiated nro John Gregg "Suds"
Matthews Fred Houghton Jnck
Scott Bob McCollum Buster Wheeler
"Red" Dawson 'IStump" Hamilton
Dan Stcakley and several others. The
entire student body is invited to attend.
ROOM AND BOARD
Roomers and mcalcrs if you arc
going to bo hero this summer surely
you will want a nice room in a new
home with a private shower bath. See
Mrs. J. N. Sewcll at 1233 N. 19th
S. U. Seniors Receive
Invitations On Friday
Senior invitations arrived this week
and havo been distributed to mem-
bers of tho graduating class.
Tho invitations arc decorated with
a stamp of the Scicnco Hall and tho
Simmons seal. For those who wish
a permanent record of their gradua-
tion days the same invitation is mado
on leather. Purplo is tho color of tho
leather invitations and they aro laced
NEW OFFICERS CHOSEN
Officers 'for next fall term were
elected at a meeting of the minis
terial council last Friday night J.
Ralph Grant was chosen president
J. Willis Ray secretary and Foy
MRS. LANDERS IMPROVING
Mrs. Emmett Landers who recently
underwent a major operation at tho
West Texas Baptist Sanitarium was
removed to the homo of her sister
Thursday morning and is reported to
bo rapidly recovering.
OVER 100 TO TAKE PART
IN 20-PIANO CONCERT
(Continued from Page 1.)
Harrison Evelyn Jackson Bess Rey-
nolds Bess Ross Floyd Spencer.
Program of tho piano concert:
1. Animal Suite Vandevero
(a) The Monkeys (7 pianos)
Roy Bacon Wanda Mae Cle-
South Second and Chestnut
Specializing On The
For College Men and Women
IF IT'S NEW IT'S HERE
And Your Money Goes a Lot Further Here
Get It At Campbells
ments J F. Dcnnington Min-
nie Fao McQuary Mary Eve-
lyn Perkins Nclle Smith Eu-
Shirley Allen Vclma and
Sclma Clark Gloria Dawson
Orloanor Dellis Fern Foster
Mary Lucllo Foster Happy
and Mary Greer Billy Har-
monson Elizabeth Kirkpat-
trick Edward Mead Minnio
Fao McQuary Margaret Rey-
nolds Monarao Schutz Jako
and Frances Zoblondll Roy
Bacon Wanda Mao Clements
J. F. Dcnnington Minnio Fno
McQuary Mary Evelyn Jer-
kins Ncllo Smith Eugcno
Thornton Mary Nollo Hamil-
ton. From My Wigwam Suito Rovcn-
Call of tho Woods.
Oalsy iMao Cade W. A.
Dawson Jr. Hcnictta Dcn-
nington Wanda 'Foxy Ruth
and Ruby Gullcdgc Natalie
McClnrc Baxter and Hibbard
Polk Gelino Randolph Philip
Schelnbcrg Kllpstcln Fry
Graco Elizabeth Compere.
3. Llttlo Virtuso Suito (10 pianos)
(a) Scales Holiday.
Curious Story (19 Pianos) Heller
Evevlyn Grace Barton Adellc
Lea Mary Loulso Moore Rex
McFall Barbara Pcdcn Gus-
slo Maudo Reynolds Frances
Saunders Alberta Whalcy
4. Vulso Caprico . Nowland
Jack Moatcs (Winner in All-
5. Travclouguc Suito John
Munrlno Dickcrson Lorcnc
King Pcto Shaw and Mildred
(c) Franco (10 pianos)
Petlto Valso (10 pianos) Marks
Elizabeth Cox Maurinc Dick-
crson Nclle Gcc Mildred Jen-
kins Ebilenc Luton Inez Mor-
ris Peto Shaw Doris Turner
Opal Lee Broyles Lorcnc King
6. Sonata in G (3 pianos) Mozart-
Mildred Jenkins Lorcnc King
Direction of Miss A. M. Carpenter
. Valso in A Flat Chopin
Josephlno Grisham (Winner
of A. S.-W. I. P. T.)
. Concerto in E Flat 10 pianos)
First Pianos: Mario Vcalc Lillian
Bacon Josephine Grisham
Mildred Halrison Oulda Smith
Lois Hayter Wllma Arnold
Eliznboth Fletcher; 2nd piano
.Lillian Gambill Jessie E.
Pedcn Beryl Hardcsty Glenn
McGowen Mary R. Boles Ma-
bcl Harrison Mildred Butler
Mary O. Bennett
3. Prophet Bird Schumann
Bcatrlco Conn Mary R. Boles
Edith Gray Elizabeth Fletch-
er Mildred Butler Mrs. W. A.
Dawson Hattio Mae Dunlay
Mabel Harrison Elsio Pendle-
ton. 4. Sonata in C Minor (8 pianos)
Lillian Bacon Mario Vcale
Oulda Smith Lois Hayter
Wilma Arnold Mildred Harri-
son Louie Barton Beryl Har-
'desty. 5. Concerto in C Minor (20 pianos)
1st Pianos: Mildred Butler Lillian
Gambill Beryl Hardcsty Eli-
zabeth Fletcher Mrs. W. A.
Dawson Beatrice Conn Hattio
Mao Dnnlap Mrs. Clayton
Powell Mabel Harrison; 2nd
Pianos: Louie Barton Mildred
Harrison Klcnn McGowen
Mnrlo Vcalc Lillian Bacon
Mary O. Bennett Maxlne Mur-
dock Margaret Thompson
Jessie Ellen Pcdcn.
0. Valclk - Mokrcjs
Rcna McQuary Lillian Gam-
bill Jcsslo E. Pcdcn Wllma
Arnold Euogcno Turner Lou-
io Barton Beryl Hardcsty
Elizabeth Fletcher iBcatrico
Conn Hattio Mao Dunlap
Mrs. Clayton Powell Mabel
and Mildred Harrison Mildred
Butler Lillian Bacon Mary
R. Boles Edith Gray Jose-
phlno Grisham Mrs. W. A.
Dawson Marie Veatc Glenn
PROGRAM OF ART REVIEW
Art Review program:
Part I Originals
1. Oil Paintings (of Blue Bonnet
11)11 Lako Girby Simmons campus).
Tommy Ross Bess Ross Loulso An-
drus Kntc Ross Mrs. W. B. Adamson
Jcsslo Stnbbleficld Virginia Aldxan
dcr La Vena Whitfield Bess Rey-
nolds. 2. Drawings from life. "Carol
Johnson" by Floyd Clark.
3. Advertising Design Many L"o
Furr Louiso Andrus Ruth Wright.
Still lifo studies by Annio Laurie
Hlx Mrs. McCalcb Violet Bradbury
4. Dccoratlvo posters by Jessie
Stubblefield Margaret Dillingham
Eolino Grisham Allen Hood Annio
Laurie Hix Evelyn Jackson Ovcsta
McClcsky Vivian Nccly Paul Papton.
6. Applied Design (a) Ensemble
units block printed by V. Alexander
B. Dillingham Emogcne Turner
Fayo Campbell Elizabeth Lane Elsie
Hill Lucy Lowry. (b) Tio and hand
kerchief Floyd Spencer. Fire screen
Kato Ross Bess Reynolds (c) Hang-
ings Mamyo Harrison V. Alexan-
der. Part II Copies
1. Oil Paintings. Tommy Ross.
Margaret Dillingham LaVcna Whit-
field JcJsslo Stubblefield Ruth Mc-
Kltrick Lolise Andrus.
2. Water Colors. Mamyo Harri-
son Bess Reynolds Virginia Alex-
ander Bess Ross.
I SOUTHERN I
JOHN R. 8AMPEY Pre.
An environment Conducive to
Spiritual Growth A Happy
Weddlna of Religion and
Learning In Genuine Christian
Scholarship Opportunity to
Consider Truth Under 8afo
Guides A World-Famous Fac-
ulty of Sound Christian Think-
ers World-wide Christian Fel-
lowships A Great Evangelist-Io-
and Missionary Program
and Impact A Comprehensive
Curriculum Practical Work
and Pastoral Opportunities A
Central and Accessible Loca-
tion A 'Large Well-equipped
Library A Campus of Natural
Beauty and Architectural
Charm World Prestige Eto.
May Is School College
and University Month
Gifts for the
New Polka Dotted Dresses
small dots largo dots and pin
dots $16.75 and up.
Flannel Sports Coats for
young men in Blue and Brown
815 and $16.50. White and
fancy flannel trousers to wear
with them priced $8.
Fitted suitcases gladstoncs handbags leather goods novelties
silk underwear shirts fine handkerchiefs hosiery arc some of
our many graduation gift suggestions.
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C C4bllenei1MrmttmSk)r gjf
LINTON DRUG CO.
On tho Corner
Free Motorcycle Delivery
Abilcnc's Cleanest Drug Store
LINTON DRUG CO.
Pen and Pencil Sets
Rex A. Smith
"The Diamond Merchant"
"LOOK AT YOUR SHOES"
(Every one Else Does)
Fine Shoe Rebuilding
SIMMONS SHOE SHOP
1309 Ambler Ave.
A Publix Theatre
Starts Mid Nite Sunday
"UNDER A TEXAS MOON"
"SHOW GIRL IN HOLLYWOOD"
' "SECOND FLOOR MYSTERY"
1 To 11
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VHMifi in the
Summer School Opens June 2
Next Regular Session Opens Sept. 22
Seminary Hill Texas
Wide variety of courses Delightful Inspirational
Write for Reservations
An Appropriate Graduation Gift
A New Portable
And a Selection of the Latest
Victor Brunswick Columbia
Hall Music Company
258 Pine Street
"Everything in Music"
A. D. (Nick) NICHOLS Prop.
Good Tilings to Eat Cheap
So many unhappy things can happen to
increase that old inferiority complex. Deans
and Doctors Mid-years and Finals all dedi-
cated to tho cause of making life a burden.
Coca-Cola was made for times like these.
Here's a drink that will quickly invest
you with some of its life and sparkle.
Give you exceeding joy in 'its tingling deli
clous taste. And leave you with that cool
after-sense of refreshment in which aright
eous megalomania may wax xat ana prosper.
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The Simmons Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 33, Ed. 1, Saturday, May 24, 1930, newspaper, May 24, 1930; Abilene, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth97948/m1/4/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hardin-Simmons University Library.